Daily Archives: 2 November 2014

The lesson of Thrasybulus

As I contemplate certain things going on in the Church right now, I am reminded of Thrasybulus of Miletus.
The story of Thrasybulus is in Book V of Herodotus’ Histories.  A messenger from Periander, a 7th c. BC tyrant of Corinth, asks Thrasybulus, tyrant of Miletus, … Continue reading

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Z-SWAG In the Wild: Zed-Head gear

I received a note from a reader today:
If a note of appreciation helps you to keep going, consider this a thanks.
PS. I’m sewing a Zedhead patch on the back of my leather biker jacket.
I ride a Yamaha Road Star 1600cc
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MANHATTAN, NYC: Holy Innocents to remain open!

Today’s Hell’s Bible has a story about the decisions Card. Dolan made about parishes that were under consideration for closure or merger.
It seems that Holy Innocents, the only parish in Manhattan to have the Extraordinary Form every day of the … Continue reading

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MUST SEE VIDEO: Man with cancer rebuilds abandoned Minnesota chapel!

ORIGINAL: Published on: Oct 26, 2014 @ 16:36
WOW.  Just… WOW.
From 2012.
I am not sure how to get hold of any of these good people, I’d be happy to come to celebrate Holy Mass in that chapel – of course with … Continue reading

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